the $10 million average annual value would put Clady with the NFLís top-five highest-paid left tackles.
Clady, who is in the final year of his rookie contract, is owed $3.5 million in 2012.
Per Klis, however, the offer isnít viewed as strong enough by Cladyís camp. Agent Pat Dye reportedly wants a deal worth more than that of Clevelandís Joe Thomas. Thomas signed an eight-year, $92 million deal last August and is the NFLís richest left tackle.
Clady isnít as good as Thomas ó and it isnít even close. So the fact that Clady wants more money than a player heís inferior to suggests no deal is imminent, barring a surprise increase in the Broncosí already reasonable offer or decrease in Cladyís unreasonable contract demands.